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? joining us from los angeles, rocco bellic, director of happy, and he's from los angeles, and author doing extensive research on materialism and happiness, and finally, from copenhagen, alexander carol, one of the leading experts on happiness in the workplace, and he's the author of the book, happy hour is 9-5. alexander, you are up first as our happiness expert. divine for us and measure happiness in the 21st century. easy question. >> s this a question that philosophers have struggled with for thousands of years. the term, happiness, in my phone number, life satisfaction, where you stop people and them on a scale of 1-10, all things considered, how happy are you with your life? and they will give you a rating. and the other thing, how you feel on a day-to-day basis. you can ask them about their day yesterday, and you ask them how you feel. and there's a happiness curve for that day. so my satisfaction is measured, and that's why it's used in a lot of surveys. it's a very valuable tool. but it's more about how you think about your life. rational decision, are you satisfied with your life?
or smell. why some are pushing to have electronic cigarettes regulated. >> in los angeles the city council is considering new regulations for electronic cigarettes. they are a safer and less intrusive alternative to smoking. north dakota, new jersey and utah regulate them like tobacco. la may be next. brian rooney reports. >> electronic is popular, that's all this store cells. no tobacco or smoke. it's called vaiping. >> it's a step in a smarter direction in comparison to tobacco. >> raymond padilla says it was a smart move for him. >> i tried patches, gum - ecigarettes are the only thing that worked for me. >> e-cigarettes don't have the tar but can deliver nicotine and the active ingredients of marijuana if you want. they are catching on with kids. >> intuitively these are nicotine delivery systems with dozens of other chemicals. the odds that this is a harmless activity and harmless to those taking in the second-hand vapours, i think are small. >> the los angeles city council just passed a law that requires a licence to sell the cigarettes, and ban sales on the streets in kiosks and ven
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with you soon. thank you so much. >>> and in los angeles many are paying their respects to nelson mandela as well. he visited the city after his release to prison in 1990. brian rooney is in los angeles and joins us from the first earchafrican methodist church. tell us more about that, and about any special services happening there today. >> he actually came here, only a few months after his release from prison, in june of 1990. and nelson mandela was always kind of a focus. this was one of the leading churches in all of los angeles. a real community center. and they always held a candle for nelson mandela during the american years of civil rights struggle, and in those years when he was in prison they felt a connection to him which was completed when he actually came here in 1990. so you can imagine what a wonderful moment that was for him. so it's a special thing for him. there is a service dedicated to nelson mandela at 10:00 ot here this morning. of course they will be remembering him all day and for many years to come. we spoke to the senior pastor here just a little while ago. >> it
church in los angeles to pay their respects. brian rooney is there and joins us with more now to tell us about how they're remembers nelson mandela at that church. brian, tell us more. >> reporter: richelle, this is one of the most important churches in all of los angeles. it's just a community center. there's a special service for mandela going on inside right now, and maybe we can look at a few pictures of that as we talk. people here feel a great connection to nelson mandela. this they look to him and thought about him and prayed for him all the years in prison. while the american civil rights movement was going on here in this country and here in los angeles. he came to visit the first ame churn only a few months after he was released from prison in south africa. they have pictures of him on the walls inside. it was a big moment for them here. we did get a chance earlier today to speak to one of the parishioners about meeting nelson mandela. >> i'll always remember that. what a blessing to meet this gentle man. more than anything in life, the one that taught us to forgive. the hardes
in the san joaquim river, freeze warnings in effect. never seen too much in terms of rain. los angeles, you are going to be seeing some beautiful weather all the way to sunday even into the low 70 did or high 60s, partly cloudy conditions, overnight, about 44 degrees. texas also dry for you as well. we saw rain showers and a mix of precip just a little bit up here towards the north. temperatures for dallas at about 42. san antonio at 55. for houston, well, you are going to be seeing rain by the time we end the week. 59 degrees there. that will will last one day. your weekend should look better with a high of 63. over here towards the southeast, some rain showers pushing through orlando right now. atlanta is going to be about 56. an american auto maker making history. the newer ground general motor is making as it names its latest ceo. >>> escalating violence in the central african republic. >>> safe and sound, a piece of technology that helps officials find a missing nevada family trapped in extreme cold. >>> a live look at the capitol building until pretty or i can't south africa, people s
, oregon, and 45 in medford, oregon. then you head a little further to the south, 82 degrees in los angeles with nothing but sunshine. the problem, though, is that we have this easterly component to the wind. and that's a very dry wind. and because of that, we do have red flag warnings in effect in and around los angeles. winds could gust up to about 35 to 45 miles per hour with those santa ana winds. humidity is down 5 to 15%. with highs in the lower 80s, it is certainly going to make things not ideal down in that area. we also have air stagnation alerts in the pacific northwest because winds are so light, that creates some low-level solution, and there could be some burn bans in your area. so keep that in mind. as for l.a., looking forward, we should start to see the winds ease by saturday. so that should help with the red flag warnings and temperatures will drop as well. about 72 degrees. heading a little further to the north and west, in alaska, things looking nice and quiet. we should see mostly sunny skies but very cold. that's a look at the weather arizona where temperatures should b
. >> and full military honors. carter evans in los angeles, on the fuel of a fallen american hero, missing for more than 62 years. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, i'm jim axelrod and this is a western edition of the newscast. >>> one million woke up without 1.3 million americans woke up this morning without this unemployment benefits and several million more could lose theirs over the course of the next year. the federal program designed to help the long-term unemployed has expired and anyone who has been collecting unemployment for more than 26 weeks will be affected. california now has the highest number of people in that category, 220,000. nevada, illinois, pennsylvania, connecticut, new york, new jersey, and massachusetts, also have much higher than average numbers of people out of work for that long. jeff pegues tells us what the outlook is for those adjusting to this new unemployment reality. >> reporter: two-year-old sophia lowe knows how to make her parents mary and terry smile. the family hasn't had a lot to celebrate this year. mary ha
the pic the scandal rocking los angeles. note that the fbi offices in los angeles agents here are spearheading an investigation into alleged abuse and widespread misconduct in that l a county jails. staying in a list of investments including charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice were handed down against a team of former and current members of the lake county sheriff's department federal prosecutors claimed that members of the part that consider themselves to be above the law. this indictment charges the sergeant. for japanese civil rights violations related to illegal arrests and detentions or detentions of people for not in me rather people who merely went to the jail to visit and meet the federal investigation found that these incidents did not take place in a vacuum. in fact the examples of illegal conduct alleged in these indictments demonstrated that sort. individuals and certain of that behavior had become institutionalized in law gave us attorney andrew brought claims that the austrian counsel general here in los angeles was illegally detained after trying to
consequences from their early infrastructure design. los angeles county is a land of sprawling development. with development comes hundreds of square miles of concrete, leaving no way for water to naturally soak into the ground. in areas of such widespread urbanization, flooding can be devastating. man: back in early 1930s, there was a flooding that took a lot of lives and property. as a result, the city of los angeles, in order to protect future flooding in the city, they decided to take the los angeles river and make it a flood control channel. they concreted the walls of the river in order for water to get to ocean much faster. narrator: cities throughout southern california converted natural rivers to these concrete channels, part of their storm drain systems. this allowed expanding development without the need for large flood plains. kharaghani: the los angeles river is approximately 51 miles. concrete reduces the size of the river that you need to carry the water because it speeds up the flow of water. if you'd like to remove all the concrete and to have natural system to carry the w
rips through a strip mall near los angeles, destroying several businesses. the fire erupted last night in hawthorne, sending flames high into the air and collapsing at least two roofs. the blaze was so intense, it took 100 firefighters to put it out. fortunately, though, no one was injured. >>> dennis rodman is on his third trip to north korea for another round of what's being called basketball diplomacy. rodman plans to train their national basketball team for an exhibition game next month to celebrate the birthday of leader kim jong-un. rodman, undeterred by the execution of kim's uncle. he says he is hoping the basketball game will create an opportunity for dialogue between the u.s. and north korea. >>> and nasa has designed new low-tech gear to keep astronauts safe on their upcoming spacewalks. they have designed a snorkel and a sort of sweatband. both of these devices is supposed to safeguard the two americans against problems of liquid in their suits, which was an issue during a previous spacewalk. they are aiming to fix the broken cooling system. they should begin on saturday. >
and on showers in southern california. >> 60 degrees in los angeles. mostly 60s from dallas to atlanta. 14 in the twin cities. and just 10 in billings. >>> new crash test results are released overnight. which cars are scoring the highest? >>> and the country's newest megamillionaire. wait until you hear how many tickets she bought. >>> and passenger beatdown. a man on a bus armed and determined. new video shows how people onboard stopped him. >>> welcome back. a new list of the safest cars on the road was released overnight, with 39 models getting high marks in crash tests. the small cars that performed the best, include the honda civic hybrid, mazda 3 and toyota prius. the ford fusion, honda accord, mazda 6. you can see the full list at abcnews.com. >>> whole foods is propping the most popular brand of greek yogurt. it is to make room for products free of modified organism. >>> allowing passengers to make cell phone calls during flights. delta's ceo ruled out the calls, saying they would be disruptive to the travel experience. jetblue and united are indicating they don't intend to allow i
. jason cardiff, founder and cigirex from los angeles. have you ever gotten your child a gift and found that they were more interested in the actual packaging? i will tell you about a new charitable initiative that is based on that very concept. >> america's single-family homes represent the largest physical asset class in the world. are nowequity firms investors and hope to capitalize on historically low home prices in order to build america's first centralized rental housing market. bloomberg zillow marks looks at how it's working in one suburb of atlanta. >> in lawrenceville, georgia -- the prices may at first seem high. but this is a bargain hunt. on the block are homes that have been seized by the banks. it is all part of an enormous bet on what some consider the hottest new asset class on the street. america syntel family homes. the biggest players in this new game include new york's private equity giant blackstone through homes.sidiary invitation colony american homes, unit of $20 million investment fund. and american homes for rent. many of the houses they are buying up were, un
cruz, and los angeles where they have already relocated mountain lions that probably would have been killed otherwise. >> many gathered in half-moon bay to celebrate the victory. the new law means more collaboration with wildlife groups like the mountain lion foundation. >> we still live in a state that has lions, and that's exciting, and there's a lot of people who feel the same way, and they want to keep these cats around, whatever it takes. >> reporter: the state department of fish and wildlife supports the new law, but a spokesman tells abc 7 news we're trying to find middle ground where we can relocate animals where they don't bother other residents. mountain lion sightings are common in san mateo county. many hope the new law means they'll continue to see more of these big cats from a safe distance. in san mateo county, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. >>> a mountain lion sighting this morning in woodside has led to a warning from authorities. the big cat was spotted near razorback ridge trail in the windy hills preserve. residents are being warned not to approach the animals if th
, paul walker loses his life in a fiery crash, from los angeles, carter evans has more. and saving the memories. families thought that pictures were lost forever. barry petersen found a woman who brings them back. >> oh, my little baby! oh, sweetheart! >> this is the cbs evening news. >> glor: good evening, everyone, i am jeff glor with a western edition of the broadcast. the train left poughkeepsie new york just before 6:00 a.m. on the last day of this hollywood, holiday weekend for grand central terminal, he it never got there, all seven cars derailed into the trip, this is what it looked like today in the bronx at the spot be the hudson and harlem rivers meet. first responders rushed in trying to save or stabilize the wounded. more than 60 were hurt. officials say three of the four dead were thrown from the train. tonight, an ntsb team has arrived. we begin our broadcast from the scene with don dahler. >> reporter: metro north railroad train the lies scattered between the tracks and the hudson and harlem rivers, the train left po kinsey new york at 5:54 on route to grand centra
llevarÁ acabo en enero en esta corte de los angeles donde deberÁn responder a las acusaciones en su contra. >> queremos hacer una aclaraciÓn, en nuestra emisión de anoche mostramos de manera equivocada la foto de este seÑor como si fuera el comandante del aviÓn en que muriÓ rivera, en realidad es este hombre que ven en las pantallas. los reclamos los hacen argumentando que los comerciantes latinos violan la ley para discapacitados porque carecen de baÑos para personas especiales, aseguran que ninguno de ellos se vio involucrado en estas irresponsabilidades y todo se trata de un fraude. se difundieron las llamadas de emergencia realizadas durante la matanza en la escuela sandy hook el aÑo pasado,y que dejÓ como muertos a 20 niÑos. la agencia de seguridad nacional rastrea las publicaciones de casi 5 mil millones de telÉfonos celulares cada dÍa en el extranjero, incluso, algunos que pertenecen a ciudadanos estadounidense, esto segÚn reportÓ el washington post, se basaron en informaciÓn de snowden. un jurado de la florida decidiÓ no presentar cargos contra el senador por new je
good evening, from los angeles. i am tavis smiley. this is my tribute to the life and legacy of nelson mandela, who survived 27 years in prison, and led south africa out of the nightmare of apartheid, and beacones to serve as a for anyone who values justice and equality. his battle against retaliation set a standard to which all of us should aspire. belafonte,is harry maxine waters and larry king. thank you for joining me on my tribute to nelson mandela, starting now. >> there is a saying dr. king said, there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life doing the right thing. we are halfway to completely eliminate hunger and we have a lot of work to do. spending over $1 billion to fight hunger in the u.s.. if we were together we can stamp this out. >> and by contributions to your pbs stations, from viewers like you. thank you. ♪ tavis: please to be joined now by harry belafonte, a longtime friend of president and della. an advocate for justice and equality in his own right. i met with him in new york city to talk about nelson mandela's great contrib
nice. no snow in the mountains for the next several days. los angeles beautiful weather for you. we are looking at tuesday, 65 degrees, going up to 71 degrees by the time we hit midweek. well, for texas you can see nice conditions. we had snow pushing through parts of oklahoma. it is cold. dallas, you are not going to get higher than 39. san antonio, 49 for you. good news as we go through the week. it will get warmer, up to 47 by the time we get towards friday. to the south-east, florida, that is the best weather in the country, anywhere south of the rain shower lines you can see temperatures. they'll be quite nice. orlando 83, miami at 83, atlanta 52. >> okay. we want to turn back to the top story, the memorial service for south african president which is getting under way in johannesburg. that's where ali velshi joins us from now outside. good morning. what are you seeing there right now? >> not a single, single tear in the place. it is just after 9 o'clock in the morning. this memorial service will not start for a couple of hours. people have been streaming in. buses have been co
. >>> moving on to a developing story. police in los angeles have arrested a 32-year-old admitted prankster. he's charged for allegedly recording phone conversations illegally. authorities say tar called at least a dozen coaches from the nba, the nfl, and clem football trick them into believing they're being considered for other jobs. >> reporter: are you kenny tarr or a fabrication? >> you're looking at kenny tarr. i have any own way of look at the world and i don't answer to anyone. >> reporter: this is who you actually are? >> absolutely. absolutely. absolutely. >> tarr has a history of pranking reality tv shows and other enter pripnteenterprises. >>> there's a guilty verdict. one-time assistant manager angela spacchia jacked up her salary to $340,000 a year. she said she was making too much but didn't think i was a crime. her former boss was paying himself $800,000 a year. >>> the former mayor of san diego has been sentenced to home confinement for three months as part of a plea deal for sexual harassment charges. more than a dozen women claimed he sexually harassed them. he still faces a c
build an nba championship and building a basketball palace in san francisco. meanwhile, in los angeles, kobe bryant is back in the basketball court, but he has his eye and success in a large arena. >> i'm looking toward getting into the trenches and doing more. >> sports is part of the plan. big dreams, big names and big money. another big edition of sportfolio starts right now. hello, i'm rick horrow and welcome to sportfolio, bloomberg's weekly inside look at the business of sports. in july of 2010, hollywood producer peter guber and his partner bought the golden state warriors for $450 million. it was the highest price ever paid for an nba franchise. since then, they have gone from perennial losers to bona fide championship contenders. the franchise has recently been revalued at $800 million, nearly twice what they paid three years ago. did anyone see this coming? i sat down with and found out what he knew in 2010 at the rest of the world didn't. >> it hadn't been properly developed. i don't know that we knew anything more than the average fan, i was a fan for 20 some odd years and
when we return. ♪ >> here's the answer to the stumper. los angeles lakers has been under current owner since 1979. his family continues to own and operate the franchise. we have heard it over and over and over again on sportfolio that sports properties are among the most valuable assets in media and the market for sports programming, especially live event programming is hotter than ever. does that premise extend beyond traditional sports networks? can premium entertainment channels leverage the sports boom? epics is giving it a shot. they're putting resources and promotion behind sports programs and the president and ceo of epix joins us. how do sports fit into your model? >> sports has been a component of epix from the beginning. my personal history comes from putting on boxing events. i dealt with mike tyson as well as felix trinidad. we did live sporting events that were part of the network. we evolved that to really more storytelling on the world of sports. for us, a big part of that was to reach a younger audience. a very engaged and very involved audience. for us as a network, we
account. >>> in one part of los angeles, gang violence is often an every day part of life. now the lifting of a city wide ban on street art is giving hope. >>> this is the watts in this south los angeles most people know. 2.5 squire miles of run down neighbors and projects controlled by rival gangs. this is the other side of watts that most people don't see. street art telling the story of the city's troubled past, and hopes for the future. isabel is with the mural conservancy of l.a. >> the murals had always been indicative of social economic issues. issues of empowerment a connecting with our roots. >> reporter: roots that extent across los angeles. but then the art stopped. >> can you imagine gray walls. are we gray walls? many we are a richly diverse city. i totally believe that murals should be part of our community. >> reporter: the city now agrees, and earlier this year lifted the ban, so now color is returning to the streets. >> you can do like the bottom piece and i can do the top. >> cool. >> reporter: the great wall of watts doesn't just represent a victory for art uses, it's a
over power, to a care taker government. >> and one part of los angeles gang violence is sadly an every day part of life. no uh the lifting of a city wide ban on street art is giving home. >> jennifer london errors. >> this is the watts in south los angeles. most people know. 72 1/2 square miles of run down neighborhoods controlled by rival gangs. this is the other side that most people don't see. street artelling the story of the troubles past, and hopes for the future. isabel williams is with the mural conservativesy of l.a. >> it is specifically always been indicative of a social economical issues. issues of empowerment, and connecting with our roots. >> roots that extend all across los angeles, but for more than 11 years, the art stopped. after a city wide ban on murals went into effect back in 2002. >> can you imagine gray walls? are we gray walls in. >> we are a richly diverse city. we are one of the most createny the world. >> i totally believe that murals should be part of our community. the city now agrees and earlier this year. >> we have another artist over here, and we are i
, trying to make a turn on maine when this happened. >> well, early this morning in los angeles a long-awaited home coming for a war hero. this army sargeant died in korea in 1951. his remains were recently identifyed and flown to los angeles international airport for the honor guard ceremony. >> reporter: 94-year-old clara gant has been waiting for this moment her husband, joseph gant died while a prisoner of war in north korea in 1951. today, his body returned home. >> he told me if anything happened to him, he wanted me to remarry. and i told him no. no. no. here i am. still his wife. >> clara and joseph met in 1946 on a train from texas to los angeles the two married in 1948. >> he was in two wars. world war ii, in 46 and korean war. he was a good husband. >> gant was defending his unit's position when taken prisoner of war. the war hero took a last trip. the coffin carried by honor guards and law enforcement and patriot guard escorted him to his final resting place. >> just receive it. coming home. we're so blessed. and i am so happy i was living to accept him. >> wow what. a wo
a wildfire burning north of los angeles. new video shows crews trying to contain what's being called the lilac fire. there's plenty of fuel forhehe firewhich is likely being made worse by the santa ana winds. temperatures are at or near record highs for the past few days. >> this morning, online shoppers slamming u.p.s. and fedex on special media, of they failed to deliver packages on christmas day. it's being blamed on bad weather, overloaded systems and a shorter shopping season. neither company is saying how many packages didn't make it under the tree in time. >>> after a one-day break for the holidays, stores are trying to entice reluctant shoppers. some opening as early as 5:00 a.m. most are hoping when you return that unwanted gift, you'll buy something else. linzie janis previews the retail rush. >> reporter: today, america goes returning. taking back all those gifts that don't fit or you just don't want. >> i've seen a move towards return policies over the holidays. that's something that will help sell a lot this week. >> reporter: before you go to the stores, experts say do
, our hopes and prayers are with him and those that miss him. >>> a los angeles police officer on his way to work became a hero, he says he was just doing his job when he rescued a man from a burning car but as as he says it was unbelievable. >> hard to tell that is a car, hard to tell that on the highway in los angeles, hard to believe that man survived. >> it is hard to believe, another few seconds there would have been too much fire. >> seconds after the car burst into flames after marking into the center divider. >> i reached in there and fumbled a bit more and thinking as i found that button and popped the belt and grabbed him and pulled him out. >> adding to the miracle, don thompson a 26 year veteran of the lapd bomb squad happened to be driving to work, his shift started early, diving into the flames to pull the driver to safety. >> i was singed, hair here and on the side. >> thompson did have help, sometimes they need company, a los angeles firefighter was driving by making assessment immediately. >> i was driving by and made it immediate because he happened to be the command
, and asks them not to give up hope. of lastan accused month's shooting at los angeles international airport is said to be arraigned today. he is charged with first degree murder of a tsa officer. court hearing, he is excited to enter a plea and the trial date could be set. chaos that a movie did her in jacksonville, florida on christmas day. a police officers struggled to break up a brawl which involved about 600 people. [inaudible] officers say the brawl began when an off-duty officers was rushed by a group of teens and young adults at the theater's entrance. he had to fight them off with pepper spray. that is when people begin fighting in jumping on cars. fortunately, no serious injuries were reported. five people were addressed in -- were arrested. >> firefighters spent christmas day battling a brush fire in eastern los angeles. no injuries are reported this noon. crews hope to have it contained by tonight but admits that can change if conditions at a rate. gusty winds and dry brush are making for a dangerous situation. , aif not for heroic actions fire would've caused a man his life on
. it looks nice and warm. 60 in san francisco, 80 degrees in los angeles. that's about 12 degrees above normal for this time of year. it should stay in the upper 7 >> so ever since christmas, it really has been a nice stretch of weather through the the west coast. it will continue through the weekend. >> 80 degrees in the mid-west. thanks. >>> business headlines straight ahead how retailers faired this holiday season. >>> a sliver nightmare, carnivorous fish attacked unsuspected beach-goers. you are watching "early today." >> good morning, welcome back. the u.s. sent air to ground missiles for use in the ongoing campaign against al qaeda forces. iraqi intelligence says the missiles have destroyed four militant camps. >>> the man accused of the november 1st shootings pence an lax terminal pleaded not guilty tuesday. he is accused of killing a cia agent and wounding and killing other people. >>> people were attacked by biting fish in argentina while some children lost parts or all of a finger t. fish are believed to be a relative of the piranha. >>> one of the busiest travel weeks of the
changes in water use efficiency we need to call for in the community. >> even in los angeles, the driest rainy season isn't yet a concern. that's because l.a. gets water from northern california and the colorado river. and water managers say they have been socking it away, saying they have record amounts of water stored throughout the system. still, they are hoping for rain. >> you know, we are all mindful of the fact it's gorgeous out here. we are concerned because it will have been the driest calendar year on record. >> don knapp, kpix5. >> today unemployment benefits expired for more than a million americans who have been out of work. jeff on what one political leader says it will take to get those benefits back. >> it's not correct. no, it keeps a roof over your head. turn the water on, we didn't do anything for christmas. $50 for our daughter, that's it. >> among the nation's unemployed, out of work for 27 weeks or more, approved by congress in 2008 at the start of the recession. the emergency unemployment compensation program extended benefits, a combined total of 18 months in
in a professional athlete? >>> in los angeles county jail system is the largest in the country booking in some 150,000 inmates a year. it has long been alleged, though, that it is also one of the worst. several investigations have found that it is a place where prison officials commonly beat and abuse inmates. now the federal department of justice has issued criminal indictments against 18 current former members of the sheriff's department. "america tonight's" michael okwu reports from los angeles. >> it was the culmination of an fbi probe that began two years ago into the los angeles county sheriff's department and the jail system it runs. prosecutors say they found a wide scope of illegal conduct, including assaults on inmates and on those visiting prisoners. andre is the u.s. attorney for the central district of california. >> the federal investigation found these incidents did not take place in a vacuum. in fact, examples of illegal conduct alleged in these indictments demonstrated that certain of the individuals and certain of that behavior had become institutionalized. >> reporter: two sheri
passengers. to may a woman on a flight from new york to los angeles belted out "i will always love you," and this was blade open diabetes. the number of similar disruptions has gone from a few each year to 500 each year. the airlines say they dealing with outdated international laws that define jurisdiction in flight. >> apple is hinting at new products for 2014. >> there is news that could be tough for meat lovers to swallow. now to the new york stock exchange with the bloomberg business report. >> afternoon, eric and matt. bad news for meat eaters, beef could take a bigger part out of your budget. an expert at iowa state university says that the beef prices are expected to rise 3 percent to 6 percent and an analyst says the beef prices could climb more can forecast administration 10 percent increase in 2014. so it could be time to switch to chicken. poultry prices are forecasted to drop as producers increase production. >> trading stock futures are indicating a higher open in the holiday shortened trading week the. >> buying gift cards for christmas? most of the 33 billion gift card
in los angeles the driest rainy season in memory isn't yet a concern. l.a. gets water from northern california and the colorado river. water managers say they've been socking it away saying there are record amounts of water stored in the system. still they are hoping for rain. >> we're all mindful of the fact it's gorgeous out here. we appreciate it, at the same time we're concerned because it will have been the driest calendar year on record. >> reporter:? san jose, don knapp, kpix5. >>> police say in san francisco shots were fired at 1:45 outside the sundance cabiewby movie theater on post street. a woman was taken to the hospital with one gunshot wound and later died of her injuries. her name hasn't yet been released or possible motive for 9 shooting. >>> a proposed service would run between palo alto and dale daly city. the agency says the study is still in the preliminary stages. >> we want to go out into the community, we want to talk the communities that will be impacted, we want to talk to our riders and get their input on it. it's sort of the purpose of this study, to get
how to have more vandals. first, as those watercolors and generally speaking he leaves los angeles and goes to brifrltd ton his mother had died and the bed-and-breakfast he took over and established a studio and had room for visitor and began portraying the fields of his summers. this was where he used to work when he was a young man 18-years old. it's the fields he's scattered his mothers ashes in. he maintenance a home in california but he's back to first things and back to a painting. over and over again he's trying to find ways for advantages. it's a series of watercolors and goes to the same place and one summer he does a series of water paintings. this is 6 o'clock no longer and this is 10 in the morning. he wanted to do bigger pictures and almost always when he has a body of work it's please a particular master at the constable made of english landscapes. which we couldn't have been making in english landscapes. if you think that about you is a canvas it will blow away but to do them in the landscape and he develops an idea of having multiple can have you seen and a working
a little bit more from not being a town anymore. >> darius, you actually moved your family from los angeles to alaska. what were you anticipating when you got there, and wha what areu going to do now that this is happening to your community? >> . >> well, that's one of the reasons we came here, the small school, and the small rural environment. but also, the contact, this intergenerational contact. our daughter can grow up speaking, her friends and peers and people of all different ages, and that kind of daily interaction. when my daughter leaves this town, she asks, who is that? and we don't know everyone, but she knows everyone in the town, so we brought her into an environment that was safe and secure and interacting, and we made that choice to leave los angeles to be in an environment for that. and the school was part of that. and to lose that, and other families in the community. they will leave if our school is truly shut down. and suddenly she loses peers. even the cooperative homeschooling becomes limited if there are less of that to do that as well. and it's broad and personal for
: mindy finkelstein was hit in the leg when a man shot five people at the los angeles jewish community center in 1999. >> there are a lot of times where my heart is ripped out of my chest, like a year ago. >> reporter: in honor of the lives lost at sandy hook and here in san francisco, these civic and political leaders are calling for change in gun laws, including a banning of gun shows at the cow palace. >> the counties of san mateo, san francisco, marin, alameda, los angeles have all passed local ordinances banning gun shows on county-owned property. >> reporter: the cow palace is state property. >> it was sad about newtown, the age of the children, and that they were in school. >> reporter: house minority leader nancy pelosi is fighting for background checks for all gun purchases. >> we have the votes in the house of representatives. we just want the speaker to give us a chance to make the vote. >> reporter: the unified message today, keep up the fight to stop gun violence. in san francisco, i'm john sasaki, ktvu channel 2news. >>> on this anniversary, three separate gun buybacks we
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. author to her impressive list of credits. intory lately told, coming ireland, london, and new york. it details growing up in an irish castle, daughter of john houston. a conversation with angelica houston, coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: oscar winning actress angelica houston is part of a legendary film dynasty and she chronicles the first 20 years of her exceptional up ringing in her memoir, a coming-of-age. she is daughter of acclaimed director john houston and granddaughter of oscar actor walter houston. angelica has carved out an impressive acting career of her own including her oscar-winning directed by her father as well as roles in the addams family and lonesome dove. it is an honor to finally have you on this program. >> thank you so much, tavis. got thisen i first book, which is a good sign, i stared at the photo on the cover. can you push on that? -- the eyes are the window to the soul. what is in your soul that day? your eyes are so expressi
shooting at the los angeles international airport. >> steve rudin in the weather center. heavy rain on our back door step. how much will we get? when will he be out of here? that is coming up. ♪ checkin' target off my list, ♪ ♪ last minute deals on toys d gifts. ♪ ♪ that's my holiday, ♪ that's my kind of holiday. ♪ wrap i it up, pop, lock and shop, ♪ ♪ buyin' presents that i forgot. ♪ ♪ that's my holiday. new business owner, it would be one thing i've learned is my philosophy is real simple american express open forum is an on-line community, that helps our members connant and share ideas to make smart business decisions. if you mess up, fess up. be your partners best rtner. we built it for our members, but it's open for everyone. there's not one way to do something. no details too small. ameraman express open forum. this is what membership does. ♪ thank you grandma for the dolls. ♪ ♪ i love it! ♪ i'm ninja kicking through the hall ♪ ♪ i love it! ♪ mom's posting pictures on yr wall. ♪ ♪ that's my kind of holiday. >> taking a look at the week ahead, a
covey cove has been identified that of a missing los angeles man. the 22-year-old saying he was in trouble and needed police his sister came to san francisco to look for him and took until now, however to identify the badly decomposed body the coroner still not saying how he died. >> uc berkeley graduate has become the first person to die in an avalanche this season. he was an avid skier and moved to jackson hole, wyoming from san francisco. >> it's a risk. that is what it was. >> billy shared a ski house with mike a couple years ago and says strong sense of adventure. >> very experienced with a group of very experienced people. and they did most of the right things but you can never be too careful. >> he he had all of the safety gear when friends found him outside of the boundaries of the resort the doctor attempted to revive him. his brother arrived today the two grew up in orange county. and moved to the bay area. >> he had shovels and what not. so my understanding they're able to find him quickly. and unfortunately unable to revive him. >> his family saying mike lived life with a full
pago de 5 millones 900 mil dÓlares por parte de la ciudad de los angeles, para saldar fuera de corte una demanda interpuesta por 11 policÍas de esta ciudad. parece confirmar la vieja sospecha de muchos motoristas las oficiales de policÍa dan infracciones de transito para cubrir una cantidad de multas o una cuota, ordenada por sus superiores. >>> comprueba que algunas unidades en la policÍa de los angeles requerÍan cuotas de sus oficiales. no es una cuota oficial, porque es ilegal bajo la ley del estado. >>> en la demanda presentada por agentes de la divisiÓn oeste de la policÍa angelina se seÑala que desde el 2006, se ordenaba entregar por lo menos 18 infracciones de transito por turno. la mayorÍa por violaciones mayores y de no hacerlo los castigaban quitÁndoles jornadas de pago extra y asignando jornadas peligrosas de trabajo. >>> el uso de cuotas es peligroso este conflicto de tratar de cumplir con las cuotas, ver sus tratar de hacer su trabajo correctamente. >>> por su parte el jefe de la policÍa de los angeles, rechazÓ que se haya violado las leyes. interÉs cuando qu
outside los angeles on saturday. they're leaving flowers and notes for the 40-year-old movie star. as carter evans reports, investigators are trying to >>gure out what happened. reporter: paul walker may have been best known for his starring role in the kwft fast and furious" film series. but his love for fast cars went beyond the big screen. on saturday he was passenger in this porch carrera gt when it burst into flames after slamming into a tree killing walker app his friend rodas. jim torp saw the pair moments before the crash. >> roger backed it into the garage and paul jumped in and said, hey, let's go for a drive. they went for a little drive and this is what happened. >> reporter: it was less than a half mile from the auto shop. friends rushed to help when they heard the impact. >> there's nothing. we tried. we went through five extinguishers. >> santonio holmes knew both men. >> they were trapped. employees, friends of the shop, we tried. >> reporter: the los angeles county sheriff's department says speed was a factor. everything else about the crash remains under investig
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